Allie Walljasper has done just about everything during her softball career at Manteca's Sierra High School.
She dominated her competition from the circle and at the plate. As a pitcher she went 18-2 during the regular season with a 0.47 ERA and struck out a staggering 227 batters in 1201/3. As a hitter she batted .482 one hit shy of .500 with a .557 on-base percentage and an .815 slugging percentage.
But besides just being flat-out good, Walljasper proved she's a winner by leading the Timberwolves to a Sac-Joaquin Section Division 4 championship, which resulted in a season-ending No. 1 ranking in Cal-Hi Sports' state Division 3 poll.
For all her accomplishments during her junior season, she was named The Bee's 2013 Stanislaus District Player of the Year.
And now she can check another item off the list: Member of Cal-Hi's all-state first team.
Walljasper, along with Johansen graduate Gabrielle Maurice, were the district's lone members of the Cal-Hi's top softball team.
Buhach Colony graduate Daulton Jefferies, who will play for Cal next season, was the only baseball player to make Cal-Hi's top squad. He was chosen as a hitter/pitcher.
"I was really excited when I found out that I made the first team," said Walljasper from Huntington Beach, where she was participating in the Surf City Summer Showcase. "I was surprised by that; it was really the icing on the cake."
Maurice, who will leave in two weeks to get an early start on classes at UCLA "I'm a little nervous, but it'll be good," was named the state's Sophomore of the Year and Junior of the Year by Cal-Hi. She was injured the final seven games of her senior season but batted a ridiculous .660 hitting in all 19 games in which she played with a .712 on-base percentage. She did not strike out in 59 plate appearances. In her career at Johansen, Maurice hit .542 average with 20 homers and was 81-for-85 in stolen base attempts.
"I do expect to accomplish these kind of things because I set high standards for myself," said Maurice. "But it's nice to be recognized."
Jefferies, The Bee's two-time Player of the Year, was drafted in the 39th round by the Miami Marlins during last month's MLB Draft. He went 10-2 for the Thunder with a 0.92 ERA, and hit .423 with 22 steals.
His brother, Jake, a catcher in the Marlins organization at Triple-A New Orleans, was a first-team honoree in 2005. Still, the brothers haven't had much time to talk about it. Jake was a bit too busy.
"I texted him and he said 'Congrats!," Daulton said. "He was in between innings of a game (at Oklahoma City).
"It's satisfying for to be named as a two-way player not just a pitcher and not just as a position player because that's what I want to do in college."
Walljasper, who's verbally committed to play for LSU, was named to the first team on two other all-state squads the Underclass and Medium Schools team. She was joined on the medium schools first team by teammate Sommer Wilson, a senior second baseman.
In the Small Schools category, sophomore pitcher Alyssa Stockton of Delhi joined the Hughson duo of senior hitter/pitcher Katelyn Harden and sophomore shortstop Jessica Garcia on the first team.
A pair of junior baseball pitchers were named to the Medium Schools second team: southpaw Jake Corn of Manteca and right-hander Bryce Dyrda of Oakdale. Dyrda was also a second-team pick for all-Underclass.
Senior pitcher Brent Montgomery of Escalon was a first-teamer on the Small School baseball squad, while teammate Robert Steves, a senior infielder, was a second-team honoree.